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Oct 28, 2012 8:00am EDT
between state, local and federal government. we've now got the fema teams on the ground today and i think we're ready. schools will be a day-by-day call and largely up to the local government to determine whether it's safe to have buses and kids out on the road over the next two days. >> and i got to ask you, another thing that's sort of been bubbling up here, and i know we're way ahead of it, it's a long shot, but some people had power out for more than a week. what happens if power is out november 6th? >> well, we have contingency plans in place right now. we've already worked with dominion power to make sure that polling places and registrar's offices are among the highest priorities for power restoration. we anticipate having a full seven days before the election to have power restored. so we don't anticipate that being a problem at all. if people are inconvenienced right now because they can't get to a registrar's office to do absentee voting, we're looking at possibly extending hours before the election to make sure that happens. that is clearly on our mind. the state board of elect
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